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Roger Van Hool
Mel Ferrer had planned to produce, and director Terence Young had worked with his wife Audrey Hepburn in " Wait Until Dark " the previous year. Ferrer was still listed as producer up to 1967 but by the time production began, the Hepburn - Ferrer marriage was no more, and Ferrer was no longer involved. See more »
The Prince of Wales says that Wilhelm (referring to Kaiser Wilhelm II) was his "cousin" when in fact he was his nephew. The Prince of Wales was the son of Queen Victoria; Kaiser Wilhelm was her grandson. See more »
Last night at the Court ball, a dark Polish woman, the only one there of interest to me, I asked you to present her. Later I found out that I had already been to bed with her.
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Omar Sharif and Catherine Deneuve were both so splendid and believable in their roles. The sets were superb. The script and acting were top drawer. Part of the pathos of the movie is that it was based on a true story. Seldom is it hard for me to find a drawback to a movie. This movie is one well worth seeing more than once. It was hard to find the video, but I did, and purchased it immediately. History buffs will be enthralled. Romantics will be satiated. Just can't say enough in praise of the movie.
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